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BEMETTSYLLLB, S. C.
WY S. A. RitOWW * COm
SSeeonTMario? Street Opposite
urttnon 'rt mall,
'* Friday February 10, 1905.
Our Toion Oorvernment.
M xvoit-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden. Jr, U. 8.
Opffin, A. 0. .Sinclair. \V. W. Palo.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
laurin. Office open daily.
?pOldOK- I. P. David, H. C. Miller.
Marlboro County Officers.
S u BRUT-J . B Oreen
CLERK OP CLERK-J. A. Drako
Jun ma OF PRORATE- - M. MoLaurio
CORONER-C F, Covington
?SUPERVISOR-M- E. Coward
SUPT. KDUOATION-VV. L. Stanton
TREA.-UKER-J. H. ThomuF
AUDITOR-(Mia?. I. Sherill.
SKNATOR-Jo?hnu H. Hudson.
REPRB^PNTATIVFR-D. D. McColl.Jr.
W. W. Bi uve. J P. Gibson.
MAQlsrAi ES-C- D. Eastcrling, T. L.
Or?"d ind, Benneittiv'dle.
I!, ti. Me Laut in, McColl
.lobn A. Calhouo. Clio,
W. J. Auinson, Bleuhoim,
D, D. Stubbs. Briphtpville,
W. W. Irby, Smithville.
County Church Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
KEV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-lia. m., Pine G rovo
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Third Sunday-11 a. m., Pino Grovo?
3 p- m, Smyrna.
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl,
3 p. m. Beauty Spot. J
blenheim Circuit Appointments.
KEV. W. B. BAKER P. 0.
iirfit Sunday, Hebron ll a. m;
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
Second Sunday. Parnassus lia.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Third Sunday, Hebron 11a.m.
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
.- REV. F. H. 81IULER, P. O.
?r-Prenehing exory Sunday morning
a7^Jo'clock. l^jLffOrt-h-League Sun
day i)!ffe?j?i5.Vclock. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. \V. A Ilinshaw,. Supt.
Player meeting Monday night at 8
B-ulah -Preaching every Sunday ait at
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3. B.
North Marlboro Circuit.
REV. J. N. WRIGHT, P. c.
Tiret Suudiiy, Oak Grove, 10.30 a m.
Ploaeant Hill 12.30 p ni,
Now TTonr. A rt. m
u?-. Najy " lej?o io ; - ;
?j&nau't K il 2 .;.?> p. bl.
Qui- Grove, , ; ii.
Shiloh, 3 30 p. m.
Bennettsville Church Dire dory
METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS. P. C
nduy school 3 30 p- m. Preaching at
j ?.00 a m. and 7 30 p.m. Prayer mcot
iu? Wednesday cveuing at 8.00 o'clock.
^Lpcrintendeut Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, PaBlor.
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun .
d y at 11.00 a. m., aod 7.30 p. m. Prayer
. JIMing Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
S iperiuteodeut of Sunday school. H. W
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph.
. Pastor. Setvieen every Sabbath
immer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
: a. m. and 7 30 p. tn Prayer meeting
' lursday 5 p. tu. Scats free. Strangcr
. ordially invited. Sunday school every
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
ulley. All parents and children made
ileome at thc school.
EPISCOPAL-Rev. C. W. Boyd, Rector,
caching every second and fourth Sunday
II a. m., and 730 p. m. Sunday
aool at g.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Foison,
I ircctory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODOE NO. 15, K. ol
! ., meets every second and fourth Mon
ty nights at 7.30 o'clock.
J. W. Lc?rand, C. C.
C. D. Kasterling, K-of R. & 8.
MARLBORO LODOE NO. 88, meets at
?enncttHville. Friday evening, on or be*
.'.ire each full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
IL E. Stockton, Secretary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 It. A
' I., moots at Bennettsville on the second
Friday of each month.
J- F. Kinney, IL P.
JL E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA LODOE No. 43, A. P. M.,
icots at McColl, each Saturday after'
oon, before tho full moon,ut 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODOE NO. 33, A. F. M.
icots at Clio, Saturday on or after cacl
ill moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
T. A. Covington, Secretary.
ffSIIE Business recently known as (hi
it CLIO NOVELTY MANUFOT?
UNO CO . will hereafter bc known ai
HM CLIO NOVELTY M A NU FAG
WRING WORKS, with F. H. IVEi
ole owner and director,
Thc latest improved wood workinj
machines aro being placed for doing al
?IBIS of Novelty work for builders usc a
, Mr. P. A. Hodges is agent at Bennett
Milo and wdl take your orders.
Jct 23, 1903.
Mr. B. P. - Bullard has been
quite sick with a severe cold.
Mr. T. O. Parham of Mallory
waa up salesday. No news in his
Mr. W. W. Parham of Bing
ham was up salesday and called.
No special news.
Mr Anderson Rye of Adams
ville was down Tuesday aud give
us a smile.
Mr, -John Wesley Quick of
Chesterfield has been spending a
few days in town.
Dr. J. H. Faison attended the
District convention of Doctors
at Florence Tuesday.
Miss Laura Knight of Ben
nettsville is visiting her brother
F. D. Knight in Sumter.
Mr. George Bristow of Dar
lington was in town Saturday in
tho interest of the Darlington
Hon. J. H. Hudson, who has
boen elected to serve the unex
pired term of Senator McCall,
took his seat on the 1st. '
Mr. George M. "Webster, of the
Bethel seciion was down Wed
nesday with a supply of sausage,
spaieibs aud backbone.
Mr. Joseph H. Hubbard, who
has been living down in Bien
heirn section, has pulled up and '
gone to Tampa, Florida.
Mr. D. A, Covington, of Now- I
ton ville was down Tuesday with .
a nice exhibit of his Buff Ply
mouth Rock fowls the most
popular of the "Rock" family.
He has some line ones for sale.
We are pleased to learn that ,
Mrs. R. M. Edens, who has been
very sick for some time is now
rapidly improving and will soon
be able to come over and visit ?
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .'
Tliomus Fraser. I
Married iu thia town on Wed nea 1
?lay evening February lat, 1905. at
the residence of the bride on Darling .
ton street, by Rev Bunyan McLeod ol j
the Proby terian church, Dr. John
Allen Hamer, of Clio and Miss Muy
Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs i
Simeon Wright of Hennettsvilie I
The happy couple left the BYUIR
evening hr Clio enroule for Roanoke, I
Va., and other points. Un their re
turn i h ey reside in Clio. .
News was received here Friday ?
?norning of the death of Mrs. Miller,
the venerable mother of Miss Milier, j
who taught in our Graded School laai ,
D'ed, nt tho residence of her eon, !
Mr. Boone Si in ni mis, in this town, on
Tuesday night, Februar 7, 1905, at
ter au Hines of only six daya of pneu
_.. :" _i- ? - u- . i . .
years mid made many friends during
tn r ?tay among us.
Gol Enough Of It
Wliile we have heard of no
suffering OJ serious inconven
ience resulting from the hist
visitation of snow and sleet. We
think even the children are
tired of being told about the
brooches of jeweled cry st ls that
hung from the trees. While the
decorations were granel and
beautiful they are AV i liing to Bee
them disappear only to get out
and be free again.
Salesday In February.
The first Monday in February
owing to the severe weather
brought only a few visitors to
town. However, there were
enougli present to make the
sains interesting. Sheriff Green
sold a lot of personal property.
Corn brought 70 cents, fodder
S 1.20 per 100 pounds, hay 25.
The Clerk of Court sold the
Cam Weatherly land in Red
Hill, 145 acres to R. T. Jackson
for 1000. 30 acres of the Mc
Nair lan?l was sold for $51,75.
Therewas several stocktra tiers
present but sales wtre few. One
ti]) country wagon took a stand
and sold dried fruit, leather,
onions and peanuts. Altogeth
er it was a dull day for busi
Public lu Aroused
The public is ar.iused to n knowledge
of the curative merits of that groat med
icinal Ionic. Klee?rio Bitters for sick stom
ach liver and kidneys Mary ll Walters,
of 540 St Clair Ave . Columbus O,
writes "For sever; I months 1 wa? given up
to die. [ had rever and ague, my nerves
j wore wrecked; 1 could uni sleep, and my
stomach wa? so weak, from useless doctors
driiL's. that 1 COJ!<I not eat. Soon after
beeinniog on Filent ric Bi.tors I obtuined
relief, nud in a short time I was entirely
cured." Guaranteed at J. T. Douglas'
' DrugStoro. Price SOJ.
ia ol't n satis d hy sores, ulcers, and cm
? cors ihat eut awayyour skin. Wm Bedell,
of Klat Huck. Mich . Fays! *'I li ive used
Buck len':) Arnica Salvo for Ulcers, Soros,
mid Cancers. It is thc host heuliag d:c-s
ing I over lound " Soothes anil heals cuts
hums um! i-cild-. '2-y\ at J. T. Douglas.'
drug stoic: guaranteed
> The attention of the reading
> public is called to the adver
tisement of thip new Drug Store
3 now opened in tho brick buil
- tiing on Marion street. Every
B thing new and fresh in the lines
r usually carrie1. Call and see.
; ""FOR RENT,
1 A TWO HOR8K FARM of good
Corn and Colton Land.
9 Apply to J. B. HUBBARD,
Nov. 29, 1001 Benncttsvillo, S. 0.
! TOWN AND COUNTY NS WS. '
Next Tuesday is St Valentine's
- Now rush the gardens.
- Another visit of the "beautl
-Farmers can finish killing
- The brick masons and car
penters have had a tough win
ter to contend with.
- If the hard Winter argues
for a good fruit crop, wo shall
have to stand it.
- The smallpox trouble at Mc.
Coll has passed and tho quaran
- There was no school on
Monday owing to tho condition
of the streets and side walks.
- The Court of General Ses
sions for this county convenes
on the 20th of March.
- Those who prefer paying
roadtax should call on the county
treasurer and get his receipt.
See notice of commissioners.
- If you want cheap Life In
surance you should seo Mr. T
W. Scruggs at once before his
list is full. He offers the cheap
est plan you can get.
-Pulverized and VC nt Loaf
Sugar at W./M. Rowe's
- Never mind/^the cold waves
as long as W Tr. Breeden can fil*
your orders fo/ wood
- Try a C-?L of English Peas
-they are finev
At W7\M:. ROWES.
- Canned ShriHnp, Lobsters '
and Deviled Crabs at>
W. M. Rowe's"
- You will not dread the sound
sfthe Ure bell if you have an in- i
surance policy on fnrniture,
ioods, store or residence with J.
-For a nice line of shoes go to
0 B. Hubbards ;
Herpicide kills the dandruff
?orms, get it at McLendon's Bar
If you want a fine Hair Dresser i
2:0 to McLendon Bros barber
Waddill can saye you money
now on Furniture. Read his ad
Keep dandruff out of your
liead by using Herpicide. for sale
it McLendon's Barber Shop.
- Mr. C. H. M. Quick, of the ,
Bethel section, has fine cabbage ,
plants for sale. Whenever you
arc ready call up 7i and prompt
service will be given. i
5??" Just received a new lot of ;
Apple Butter and Cranberry
Sauce at W. M. Rowe's
Fresh sausage, eggs, ham,
fish at C. B. Hubbard's
W~"*l-1 - 1- I"?' TN . ..
- Special attention is asked to
the advertisement of tho Plan
ters National Bank in this issue.
- Mr. G. W. Waddill bas some
desirable property for sale
,- You will save money by
looking at Waddill's stock. See
his new advertisement he means
We can keep what hair you
have got with Herpicide.
A Touching Btory
is lite saving from death of the baby girl
of Geo A- lOyler. Cumberland. Md. He
writes: "At thc a>;e ol' ll mooth*, our
little girl 'v<*s in declining health, with
serious Throat Trouble, and two physic*
ians gave her up. We were almost in deH
pair, when we resolved to try Dr Kin^'a
New Discovers' for Consumption, Coughs
and Collis. The fir.-1 bottle ga\o relief;
alter taking four bottled she was entirely
cured, and is now in perfect health ''
Never fulls to relieve and cure a cou^h or
cob!. At .J. T. Bouubis drug store; 50c
ami $1 .OD guaranteed Trial hot I let free.
J D Runyau. ol Butlsrvtlle; O , laid
the peculiar disappearance ol' his painlul
symptoms of indigestion and biliousness
to Dr. King's New Lifo Pilla. Ile nays:
.They are a ported remedy, for diszioes*
sour stomach, headache, constipation etc.
Guaranteed at J T. Douglas' drug store,
NEW BOARDING HOUSE.
Mr. J. M. Howell has leased
the house recently run by Mr. Sim
Moore near the railroad aud has
reop ned to the public u home for
the tired nod Hungry seeking rest.
Rates reasonable, and close to
E ARE IN IT!
Heavy and Fancy Groceries and
a full line of Janned Goods,
Pickles, Sauces and Dainties,
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
A nice line of Gloves, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear for mon and
women, and many Novelties
Needfuls in the notion line
A full line of Crockery, good
enough for any home. In Tin
ware we have anything from
a cup to a milk bucket
Also, a nice line of Pants and
Storm Coats that we offer nt
WH invite special attention to
our stock of Guns and Ammu
nition of Stevens make.
We have too a few nice covered
baskets, to go as bargains,
Call and soo us
Marion St. Bennettsviile, S. C.
i HJSLtCHOUa NOTES.
Tho hoar for evening sorvicea at the
churches ia now 7.20 o'clcok.
Prayer mooting a* tbs Baptist church
every Thursday evening at 7 30.
brayer meeting at the Methodist ohnrob
every Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian church
Thursday evening at 7.30.
The hoar for Sunday Behool at the
Methodist church hae been changed to
4.00 o"elock in the afternoon.
The Epworth Leagno Prayer meeting
u held ovory Wednesday evening ia the
Sam'cy Behool room of the Methodist
churoh at 8 o'clock. The pnblio invited.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
FIRBT BOUND-E. P. TAYLOR, P. B
Olio and Beniah, Feb 18, 19
Bennettaville ot, McColl, Feb 2$, 26.
Bennetteyille &M0C0II Milln Feb 2$. 26
Brownsville, Bethlehem, . Mob 4
North Marlboro, Pleasant Hill " il, ia.
Brighteville, Bcykin, 3 p. m. " ia, I j
Blenheim ot, Zion 1 18, 19
Bennettaville Sta, (night) .. 17, 19.
- Special attention is asked
to the Card of the Sothern Cot
ton Oil Co.^in another column.
They are going to fill all orders
and accommodate the farmers.
Return Your, Dogs.
Thc dog has had his day. He
or rather his unfortunate owner
must now pay a capitation tax in
addition to the ad valorem tax.
Owing to some defect the dog tax
law was inoperative last year but
a?'o0?? mu?t now be returned with
othb?~pr?perty for taxation.
- The DEMOCRAT is glad to
see that Senator Hudson oppo
ses the purchase of Cheraw
- Would you like to purchase
a nice well broke ox, in lino or
der-one that pulls a plow to
perfection???Apply at this office
Ili'member Your Dead.'
We invite special attention to the
advertisement of the Bennettaville
Marble Works in this paper. Call and
see samples, or write them.
- Fresh lot of D. M, Ferry's
Garden Seeds at W. M. Rowe's
For Farly Gardens.
Elsewhere in this issue you have the
announcements of three Truck Farm,
tra ali prepared to supply choice vari?
ties of Cabbage plants, etc , at low
prices. If yo j want to get ahead of
the season send in your orderB at once
sud secure choice plante.
A Beautiful 1905 Calendar
Tho Atlanta Constitution has
just received their new 1?05 calen
LIKU Ultu UUUII^ OM Ul ll nun VOICll
dar, all until January 1906. A
subscription to either will secure
you this calendar.
USgf* A nice line of canned
goods at C. B Hubbard's
The Democrat and the Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
Book for $1.50
The Sunny South and the Demo
crat for only $1.50
The Atlanta Constitution and
Democrat one year for $1,75'.
Flower* 5 Flowers !
Mrs. J no S. Moore has a fine
lot of G?raniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plauts,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 2Go per dozen.
Specials at Waddi H's
Karpen Sterling Largo Arm ltockors
at $30. Couches at $-10 At other store.?
these goods ure priced at -10 aud $50.
Don't forset our special ?ale in Art
Squaros. Rugs. Poniers and Pelt
G. W. WADDILU
Horses Do Get Sick.
When a horses and mules are poor
it is not always and indication that they
do not get enough to eat. Many ani
mals, just like human beings, have in
digestion or the system is all run down
and a tonic is needed, lt is not the a*
mount ot tood eaten that makes muscle
and fat. More deponds upon the prop
cr digestion or assimilation ol the lood
than is commonly supposed. Nothing
has >et been discovered that will build
up a horse or mule better than Ash
cralt's Condition Powders, the only
remedy in its class sold under a guar
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton. Btu
nettsville, lor it-the kiud put up in dos
es. And McColl Drug Co., McColl. S.
We have been in tito truck busineps
since 1871 a?d are again prepared to
fill any and all orders for Early and
Lute varieties of Cabbage Plants
They are beat known to experienced
Truckers, are grown in open air near
stilt water and will stand severe Cold
. Price $1.50 per 1000 F. O B. here
We make special pi ieee on larger lots
and solicit correspondence.
All plauts pocked in light baskets
and shipped C. O. D. when money does
not accompany ordere We guaranK :
satisiaction. Address all orders to
D H. TOWELS & SON,
Meg etta, S. C.
TOWLES & ARNETT,
Green Pond, S. C
HAVB YOUR 'HOHE GROWN CABBAGE.
Cabbage Plants, All Varieties.
Prices: 1000@ $1.50, 5000 @ $1.25 per 1000, 10000 @
?1 per MOO. Shipped C O, D. if desired. Plants
ai ri ve at your Express O?liee in good condition.
Write for Merchants' Prices.
Cabbage, Bgans, Sweet Potatoes. Ani Turnips in Season.
Orders tur stujt?ieht of Tometoe Plauts, ?Sea island 'Jetton Seed
HIV] Sweet Potato Draws should be booked in nd vance.
.ias. Hay Oeraty, Eutcrprise, s. c.
Youngs' Island S C.
YfllT GAP \IAk'Ii! 4 MiSTAKR
a \tj? v/xsLi a inn itu ii uno l ll II 111
PA COMIMGr TO OUR STORE to Buy anything in
. Drugs, Chemicals, Drng Sundries, Toi'et Articles,
A- We carry a full stock of Pure Drugs,
?Si mdard Proprietary Medicines, Toilet Articles,
Combs, Brushes, Sponges, Etc.
r .jke OUR STORE a necessity to tho cotntnuDity, by keeping
Kirorytiilup, in oue lino thf?y drinan,1. Shoal.1 wo fail to hivo what
0 mot moke lt kuown arni wo will get it for you.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS to fill Wo moko a ppecialty of
.NNETTYILLE PHA^MASY, ?
g, ?. ?, MATTHEWS, Mgr
j&; A. en! foi WILEYS' CANDY.
lo reduce my slock in Ibo following goods |pl#
H Art Squares, Easels, Screens,
m uehes, Pictures, Toilet Sets,
m ortiere Curtains,
cr from 5? i 25 to $10.50, which ? guaran
Ijg-i ' be as good if not superior to Auslemore
m m general stock
M 0 per cent above Cost,
m G. W. Waddill. M
tpf :;.n. 1004
?tm ' v . ???? -ISWKK?^ ?mt &M#&^Kmm?%
fhh '? INI1 ia the most modern in this state, and
" using the most up to date methods in the
iijudlii t work sent us That's one r ason why we
save un itrons linen. Send us your n^xt Bundle.
mhettsville, S. C.
1. MJREN3, 8. C.
pp . ' Line RAILWAY.
Tl IA ir Line l?y tehed
nie on January lOih.
J'riii iw,S. (J., us follows:
Nor .. io Gb' nt 8.05 a. m.
io 50 nt 9:24 p. m.
Soul . lo 57 nt 8:05 a. in
io 27 at 10:40 p. m.
i : le ami Cheraw lt.
Htsville at 7.05 a
Ko Ol? anil No 57.
tiain leaving Ben
ni, vea Benui-it8
pportuuity to luke
V ? Beui
tn.i Bunin ; will
? . and you want a tfood
ar we eui Borve you.
ml .or 25c. Restaurant
! OJ JTEU3 io every HIJ le.
i>. J. BRAYBOY
a lady or Gouts
Blue with L'i in
S. J. Poul son.
r ei . :.
: Severo 1
ti Mnl?s a
3 nii!cs from LATTA,
? ool DUtriut 1 rs aores
veli timbered. Ouod
, barn aud Ht ablon, I I
. I. EDWARDS,
Latta, S C.
want some pretty
in which to place
nice Horses and
a bargain, by v
P. A. Honans.
Bennsttsviils & Clieraw Railroad
.?:^s^J.hF HL35E ?KLJ?LML-_iu?
-NEW SCriKDULK -
(Jouitneueitig Munday Supt. 12. 1901,
and nulli further norien, trains between
(Jhernw anti Ueunetlsvilh* will he n|terateri
ot the following tchcdulc, daily excup:
S ludav :
WEST 15 ?UND FROM BENNBTTSVILLB
T ?TA?? TR?I ?
No. i. No. 3.
Lv llcnrtctt.-ville 7 05 ?i m ? 00 p in
Lv May 7 I ? a m f> 15 p in
Lv Madeline 7 2>> u tu ;"> 20 i> III
Lv IC vere! t's 7 3d o in 5 35 p tu
?JV I ? liv 7 35 a m ? -1() p m
Lv K.n-t.s 7 'ld a tn 5 45 p U)
Vnivc Kollouk 7 45 a ni 5 "?.'? p m
\ 11 iv? t Mioraw . ft In ;i m
BAST BOUND FROM CUBRAW.
No. 2. No. 4
Lv (Miera w y 2? p ni
Lv Kollock 8 10 a in y 3"> p tn
Lv Krosia H 20 a ni 0 lo p tn
Lv ii'hy S 3D a ni y 45 p ut
Lv KV.TC.I 8 40 a tu y 50 p in
Lv Maddi oe S 50 a in y 55 P ni
Lv l-l..y y 00 a in lo (io p m
Ar. H i" tsviilo y l; a ni 10 15 p in
AT BJtNNKTTSUlI.LR-Thu FOU: h ti au d
looming train? on A. C. L. com.cctH ?iib
train No I. Trail) No 2 COMI?MH with A
C L local freight north and south Lair d
AT KOI.UK K - Trnio Noa i and 2 con
nect willi north and sou'li Lound B. A lt,
AT Cit ?RAW -Train No 3 connut arith
iiOith and nou:h Lou ul S A. L traiuu,
and train No 4 uouncotti whL nc.nh Lound
B A. L train*
J. T. Mi dhu, J P Evoiett,
Tr? llio Mgr. Superintend! nt.
Prepared For the Work.
Mr. S J. Pearson, thc Jeweler, hus
now one of the latest improvements
for < ngrnving your name or initiftln
on nuy article of gold or silver or
plate in thc most Up*to da'c manner
The samples of work iilreadv done by
him are just fine, ('nil and see him.
A full lino of JI J Heinzs Co.
Pit-kins Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies &G. at
W. M. R.owo'8.
THE PLANTERS NATIONAL """"
Of Bennettsviile, S. G.
Resources and Capital
Protection to Depositors
- . . $341,055.
. . . . O5,0QOA)O
Our service in every Department U Modsrn and Satisfactory, lnicrest aiiow? d
iy agreement on all time "Deposits. Our customers interests careiuliy and cci .
identiaily looked alter. New Depositors will receive like consideration.
We solicit your account. ? ,
STEPHEN SHELTON, Casnler.
September i, 1904.
A. J. MATHESON, President.^
Winier is not yet over
and we are offering
bargains in goods
We will help you to
offset the low pri?e
of cotton and save
Come and see?
STRAUSS & cm?
l HANDLE BARGAINS 1
->$< >Z< >i< >i* >i< >i<>?< >?<
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT CO MW Hf GUT ON TO
IIP YOU '^7\r-5L]Kr'JC
Dry G-oods, Clothing, Shoes, JN otions fe
And Fancy Groceries^
BS?" Fresh Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty.
We Keep a full Hue in each Department and will fi l your Wants in each
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
When you come to Town call and see us. Phone orders in town delivered
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed,
Call and son ns-Near D?ri^la*?* Hrh* cu-....
longing to or in possession of thc under
-igi.ed io Marlboro county either by wulk
ng, fishing, hunting, baulh ?r, cutting, or
iliowing stock to run at large.
Katie li ..a't??D^.'
Josenh Li itycColl,
J. W. Jackson.
Dccetuber. 27, 1904.
Whilo handling n gun that was out of
.trier ls usually tlie story. Now. iu
>nler to prevent accidental killing
uni to be sure and kill when you
?tint to, i have employed an expert
(luusniith from Charleston, 8. C., who
hus my gun repairing dep-irlmo.H in
charge, We are prepared to do any
kind of fine ?^un repairing in factory
order. Give us a trial und you will
he convinced that we nre prepared to
..be you satisfaction tn price, work
manship and promptness
S. J. PEARSON,
- We are headquarters for
Butter and Cheese. We keep
nothing but the very best, and
guarantee both to suit you or
refund your money
W. M. Rowe.
I offer tor sale my larm situated about
mc mile north ot lied Springs, N. (J-,
containing 127? actes-about 75 acres
teared. There is a very good 3 room
dwelling house on the premises. Kori
further particulars, please wt ite tome]
it humberto!!. N C Persons desiring
to look over this land can do so by ma
king application to Mr. J, Purcell, lied
Springs. I also oller for sale two build
ing lots in the Town ot Ked Springs,
containing hall acre each.
A. W. MCLEAN.
Oct 27, 1904. Lutnbctlon, N. C.
Town Tax Notice
THE Town Books will bo oponed for ool
Icotion of tnx98 on Roul l?stalo and
P.-i8onul Property on October ist nud CIUM
Dec 3t 1904 uftor which tho penalty wi 1
bo aided and collected. Tho levy is us fol
.'lurent ExpcnpeH 15 oui on 8?oo
Int on R. R. Bonds 21 ctn on $100
Si king Fund R R. S ctn 011 $KO
Int Electrio Light Bonds 14 ctn on $100
Sii.king fi'nd E L Bonds 4 cts on ?ioo
Totnl 59 CUJOD $loo
By order of tho Counoil
MILTON MOLAUKIN, Clerk.
flept 31 IQ04.
|2gP Read every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
Ifc may pay lor time.
IF BROKEN HEARTS
could bu mended ns neatly? quickly sn 1
thoroughly as wc can repair your Jewelry
ibero would bo t.o Borrow in tho wcrli'.
No mntter whether it be a walch, a ns-e,
a necklace or a
BAU Y TIN
dear from association ueods repairing,
bring it to ii-?, n?:d it will bo mended >o
yt u eunnot tell it from new. Oar special y
is Wa'ch repairing liiing it hern and bm e
it dene honestly, ey portly rv.id cheaply.
S. J. PEARSON,
One door North P. O.
Iam now better preparid than ever to
picos J even the most fastideous ?
TONSORIAL W?ltK I (tuutantee satis
faction in Shaves, Hair cu's, Kiiumpios
and MosasgiB. I have u n?.w Eleotiio
Buttery fnt maFBngcs, and oaii treat tho
faces of Geallonicii and I.adiea in thu
moft up to date nianner
I solicit your patroonrin
J. A. GUACE.
Marion street Bsnntitlhvillo, S, C
J. H, BUSSELL*
H OU S II PAINTER
?nd Paper Han?Bri
Hard Wood Finisher, Best Lend m d
Oil furnished. l?-tt ?mutes chcoifully
given. All work guaranteed to l e
I'I he Kussel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges is opening n ter
I of these dumble wagons-one nt d
two-horse, every one ol them guair-r. .
teed iiguinst any defect in runlet ii 1
or wm manehip.
It. T. BARFIELD,
Carril s in Stock
A foll lino of Collins and M ?tl nbc C.ssl 'ts
ni! BIZ * aid stylos, from ?.j lo $490. .
1 have thc Geest bee of Cloth and Metal's
Caskets carried by noy honro in S. 0.
In tho lot is au ex cot diip.ltnito of tho
Cask c.*. in which President M< Kinley
was laid to rest,
B?T Funerals served with 1?KAH8K any
whero in tho crunty.
Also a full lino of Dbinfi ninnis.
Vhonc 48 0?un Day.ana Kigli
B KN NETTS V11.l. K} 8. 0.